Ghost Town Anthology – the French-Canadian indie you must see this Halloween

By Ryan Keating-Lambert

Ghost Town Anthology is a new French-Canadian supernatural drama that takes a wonderfully explicit look at the gossip and ghosts of lonely small-town life, and you can catch a special Q&A screening of the new film with director Denis Côté this Halloween in Edison Filmhub.

Things are shaken up in the snowy village of Irénée-les-Neiges when 21-year-old Simon tragically dies and leaves behind a grieving family, and a reclusive community. Things begin to spiral out of control when supposedly ‘dead’ villagers start returning from the grave.

Ghost Town Anthology is a quirky but poignant look at small-town existence and our struggle to accept outsiders. It was a main competition film at this year’s Berlinale film festival and had its Czech premiere in the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in Prague earlier this month.

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The film will be in Czech cinemas from this Thursday (31/10) and will kick off with a special screening in Prague’s Edison Filmhub where director Denis Côté will also give a Q&A. All screenings in the venue will have English subtitles.

Denis Côté is a homegrown Québécois director who studied filmmaking at the Collège Ahuntsicin in Montreal, and is known for his experimental, philosophical and documentary-like work like his award-winning debut film Radisson.

For tickets and more details, visit the website.

Photo: Be2Can



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